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A Changing of the Guard at National Journal - Posted August 23, 2013
As the beloved Charlie Green steps away from a publication he has lived and breathed for the past 16 years, relative newcomer Tim Grieve steps into the role of E... [FishbowlDC]

National Journal Hires Tom DeFrank - Posted March 14, 2013
National Journal has a new face in its midst. They've hired Tom DeFrank, formerly of Newsweek and the NY Daily News, as a Contributing Editor. He was Newsweek's White House corresponde... [FishbowlDC]

Roll Call Shuffle: Heil to Features, McSherry to HOH - Posted July 14, 2010
After more than three years of writing Roll Call's "Heard on the Hill" column, Emily Heil is passing the torch to Ali McSherry. McSherry will join Elizabeth Brotherton on the HOH beat while Heil spreads her wings as a features wri... [FishbowlDC]

National Journal's Bumpy Road to Reinvention - Posted June 18, 2010
"It's a ghost town." That's how National Journal's newsroom was recently described to FishbowlDC. While National Journal insists that the planned rebirth of the newsgroup is moving along as planned, others relay a very different story. For starters, we're told that the magazine's entire editing team has accepted... [FishbowlDC]

Mystery of NJ's Reorganization Solved For Now - Posted April 20, 2010
For days we've been hearing rumors and bits and pieces of news regarding changes at NJ. We've even gotten nasty, rotten missives from anonymous tipsters who want us to cover these changes but offer nothing but anonymous scraps. Not that we're not appreciative, but news of internal changes at any publication... [FishbowlDC]

And the Envelope Please...Finalists for Michael Kelly Award - Posted March 30, 2010
Atlantic Media has announced four finalists for the 2010 Michael Kelly Award. The $25,000 award will be given at a ceremony at the company's Washington, D.C. headquarters on April 18. The award was created in honor of Michael Kelly, who was editor of two Atlantic Media publications, The Atlantic and NJ and... [FishbowlDC]

LAT's Ken Bensinger and Ralph Vartabedian Are Finalists for Michael Kelly Award for Toyota Scoop - Posted March 30, 2010
LAT's Ken Bensinger and Ralph Vartabedian were browbeaten by Toyota's PR machine (also equipped with faulty breaks) while investigating the large number of accidents in certain models. Eventually the sto... [FishbowlLA]

Washingtonian Snags Harris from NJ - Posted March 22, 2010
Shane Harris of NJ has taken a job with Washingtonian. Here's the internal memo from NJ Editor Charlie Green: All the best to Shane Harris, who will be joining Washingtonian as a new senior writer. Shane explained his decision this way: 'About a year ago, after I finished writing my book, I decide... [FishbowlDC]

Chris Brogan on Building Trust And Its Impact on Business - Posted October 23, 2009
"I use trust to move revenue," said Chris Brogan at an event held at the Harvard Club in New York this morning. Brogan was joined by his Trust Agents co-author Julien Smith, alongside ... [PRNewser]

Cannon Joins Reader's Digest - Posted October 19, 2007
FishbowlDC has learned that National Journal's Carl Cannon is leaving the magazine to become Reader's Digest's D.C. bureau chief. From NJ's Charlie Green: All the best to Carl Cannon, who is leaving NJ to become the Washington bureau chief of Reader's Digest. Carl will be both writing and editing in his new position.... [FishbowlDC]

Congrats Corine! - Posted March 9, 2007
From National Journal's Deputy Editor Patrick B. Pexton: Charlie Green and I are thrilled to pass on that our own Corine Hegland has joined the likes of Molly Ivins, Anthony Lewis, Amy Goodman and other distinguished print journalists by winning the 2006 James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism for her February... [FishbowlDC]

Paul Singer Leaves National Journal For Roll Call - Posted February 2, 2007
From National Journal's Charlie Green: All the best to Paul Singer, who's accepted a position as a senior investigative reporter at Roll Call, where he will be reuniting with Roll Call Editor Charlie Mitchell. As Paul puts it, "Charlie and I first began working together in 1990, and several of my other... [FishbowlDC]